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MU Engineers Develop New Method Of Allowing Patients To Draw Their Biomedical Sensors On...

Some of the most widely used wearable devices are applications for assessing and monitoring vital signs. However, they are typically complex devices and tend to be expensive and fragile. Now, researchers at the University of Missouri have invented a method of using simple graphite pencils and paper to create highly functional bioelectronic devices. Read more […]
Novel Apps Pushing Popularity Of Wearables

Innovative Applications Pushing The Popularity Of Wearable Devices

The wearable device market is largely driven by the increasing awareness of healthy lifestyle and fitness. In addition, recent technological advancements such the Internet of Things (IoT), which has opened the door to more sophisticated applications being integrated into wearable devices, has also pushed the popularity of some of the devices to new highs. Nowadays, […]
Abbott FDA Approval Gallant Heart Rhythm Implants

Abbott Receives FDA Approval for Gallant Heart Rhythm Implants Featuring Continuous Remote Monitoring

Abbott won FDA approval for its next-generation Gallant implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) and cardiac resynchronization therapy defibrillator (CRT-D) devices. Cleared in Europe earlier this year, the implants feature Bluetooth connectivity, allowing data to stream to a physician for closer observation and monitoring. Read more Abbott’s Freestyle Libre 2 iCGM Receives FDA Clearance For Adults And […]
Masimo bridge opioid withdrawal symptoms

Masimo Announces Bridge, A Wearable Neurostimulation Device That Reduces Opioid Withdrawal Symptoms

Masimo, a medical technology company, announced Bridge, an opioid withdrawal solution. The drug-free device applies electrical impulses to the cranial nerves around the ear, which can reduce neuron activity and opioid withdrawal symptoms. Bridge has been granted an FDA De Novo classification. It the first evidence-based, drug-free, non-surgical device of its kind. Read more Spark […]
Ascom integrates oxitone pulse oximetry

Ascom Integrates Oxitone 1000M Pulse Oximetry Into Its Digistat Wearables For Monitoring COVID-19 Patients

Ascom UMS, an Italian telecommunication solutions provider focused on healthcare ICT, announced that it has selected Oxitone Medical, creator of the wrist-sensor pulse oximetry monitor, as a wearable solution for continuous remote monitoring of COVID-19 patients. Oxitone 1000M, the industry’s first FDA-cleared and CE-certified wrist medical monitor, has been integrated into Ascom’s Digistat® Wearables remote […]
ResearchAndMarkets Wearable devices market report

Worldwide Wearable Devices Market Expected To Reach Over 520 Million Units By 2025

According to ResearchAndMarkets’ new report, the global wearable devices market will reach 520.1 million units by 2025. The report titled “Wearable Computing Devices Market – Growth, Trends, Forecasts (2020 – 2025)” states: “The global wearable computing devices market accounted for 181.5 million units in 2019, and it is expected to reach 520.1 million units by […]